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Short Courses


FINE provides business training and offers a wide range of short courses for experienced practitioners in the fields of HRM, Accounting, Marketing, Sales, Customer Service, geared to the needs of business, professions and occupations. Each course can also be tailor made to meet the individual training needs of groups of staff from your organization.

The courses are under the supervision of both ASE (Romania) and Greenwich College (UK) and every attendee is awarded a Certificate of Attendance by the abovementioned institutions.

Who are they for?
CEO's and executives, middle and senior managers, finance, legal, marketing, human resources, engineering and other professionals in private, public sector companies and governmental organisations.

Are they relevant to you?
FINE will design a programme to meet your needs or provide standard courses modified to meet your requirements.

Course Duration
Courses are offered throughout the year. These include regular offering as well as one-off courses ( from one to five days, one to twelve weeks or programmes spread over two years in blocks of days to suit the client) tailored to individual needs. FINE proposes each short course to have a duration of 16 hours, taught during weekends (Friday 17:00 pm – 21:00 pm, Saturday 10:00 am – 16:00 pm and Sunday 10:00 am – 16:00 pm).

Delivered in FINE premises, or in-company, or at locations of your choice inside or outside Bucharest.

What can the courses cover?
The facilities available and the broad resource base means that we can design and deliver a wide range of courses. Among the broad areas we cover are general management development, economics, accounting, finance and financial services, credit management, business strategy, human resources, industrial relations, international business, business law, marketing, health and medical services management, textile management, construction industry management, management for engineers, transport economics and planning.

Methods of teaching and learning
FINE employs a number of different teaching methods and techniques to ensure that participants gain maximum benefits from each short course. The main methods employed are :

•  Teaching combined with questions and comments from participants. New theories and techniques are outlined and then discussed and explored, drawing on the experiences of the participants attending.

•  Group exercises: the participants have the opportunity to analyse business situations and explore solutions co-operatively. Group exercises also encourage the development of interpersonal, team, influencing and presentation skills.

•  Simulation: this type of activity normally takes place in a group context and is designed to enable participants to try out new skills and techniques in a controlled classroom environment. Participants have the opportunity to apply theory to real business situations.

•  Case Studies : the use of case studies allows participants to analyse the context and drivers behind a real business situation for which they can devise appropriate solutions. Participants can also develop their interpersonal, team and presentation skills.

All courses are charged at € per attendee and have a duration of a weekend (Friday 17:00 pm – 21:00 pm, Saturday 10:00 am – 16:00 pm and Sunday 10:00 am – 16:00 pm).   Prices include refreshments & buffet lunch. Minimum number of students per course : 15 

Discounts are applicable for group above 15 attendees. 

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For further information, please contact FINE on 021 326 1310, 0745 046 460,

fax 021 326 13 11 or email